Ever wished you could live in Elsa’s ice castle or in Bilbo Baggin’s hobbit hole, even if it was just for a day?
Well, here are five hotels from around the world to fulfil your cinematic dreams!
Jules Undersea Lodge, Florida
Stay inside this former research laboratory that’s fully underwater! Jules Undersea Lodge will make you feel like you are in the set of Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou.
With the view being the Emerald Lagoon in Florida’s Key Largo, expect to see some fishes and your neighbours swim by your window!
Hotel De Glace
Let it go! Spend the night inside Hotel De Glace and embrace your inner Queen Elsa from Disney’s Frozen.
The hotel rooms are decorated with perfectly carved ice sculptures and are illuminated with immaculate lighting, making it feel like you are living under your own Northern Lights.
Worried about the cold temperatures? No worries, Hotel De Glace has indoor activity areas such as an indoor pool and spa to warm you up!
Book and Bed
Is a library your sanctuary like Belle from Beauty and the Beast? Well Book and Bed in Tokyo, Japan lets you sleep in a bookshelf filled with books! Your bookshelf/bed is fully equipped with all the materials you need for your bedtime reading.
This themed hotel focuses on creating a cosy and inclusive environment to make it the perfect place for bookworms to read and share their favourite books with fellow book lovers.
Norrqvarn Hotell & Konferens
It might not be Hobbiton but it is close enough. Norrqvarn Hotell & Konferens lets you stay in a toadstool or a treestump, taking you away from reality and to Middle Earth!
Norrqvarn Hotell & Konferens will make you feel like you are living straight out of a fairy tale. With its whimsical lodging and surroundings, this hotel will make you feel as though you have a quest to complete!
Poseidon Undersea Resort
Live like the Little Mermaid at the Poseidon Undersea Resort in Fiji! Positioned at 40 feet below the Fijian Lagoon, these underwater suites provides all the comforts of a five-star hotel.
Surrounded by transparent acrylic walls, the suites allow guests to see the ocean’s fishy inhabitants. The suites are also made to be interactive. With a push of a button, the fish are fed and with a flip of a switch, underwater lights make the ocean sparkle.